I'm waiting for the Trump connection to come out.
This is a stupid video, do not watch.
This is now officially
Not being a fit for the defense has been a long-standing criticism of TT. They've changed the base a bit, so some of these guys fit a little better, but
this genie is absolutely NOT going back in the bottle
Iits not that you don't like the pick, you just don't like the pick for the Packers? I don't think most people would split hairs this way. If you don't
No idea. Not much of this makes sense. If you believe Yee (his agent) they were not allowed access to the documentation the Wells report had about its
ProFootballTalk @ProFootballTalk 2h2 hours ago
NFL offered Tom Brady "at least 50 percent reduction" in exchange for admission
Generally speaking, as an employee you have a duty to turn over records related to the business if you wish to stay employed (company owns the work product,
Yes, there definitely are. Too lazy to go looking for a reference, but I know there is something in the CBA about it.
Documents? Did they photocopy pictures of the phone in pieces?
Is there anything in the CBA which says a player must turn over personal records to the NFL to aid in an investigation of said player?
Brady's agent/lawyer says they turned over "unprecedented" documents about his electronic communications. I suspect there are details about
Nick Perry would not rush the passer better if he was a DE. Do you maniacs actually think he suddenly becomes Richard Dent with a finger in the dirt?
I could actually get that Brady has his old phone destroyed when he gets a new one, because people would try to grab the data off it and with his celebrity
Your criticisms of Peri were spot on, but some of the most critical things you said about Randall (backpedal, hips) are different than what some of the
I don't think Brady has an automatic win in court on this one.
If he had not destroyed the phone and simply denied access based on any number
Ian Rapoport @RapSheet 19m19 minutes ago
Interesting. @judybattista says the sides were moving close to a 1-game suspension settlement.
Jim Trotter @JimTrotter_NFL 1h1 hour ago
Tom Brady has authorized the NFLPA to appeal his case in federal court, per source.
Three-time MVP Brett Favre, 45, thinks he could still play in the NFL
I think he's officially retired this time.